Many Songs of Freedom

Do you often wonder why any soulful song from Bangladeshi artist Anusheh Anadil becomes the voice of freedom? If yes, you must attend the Sounds of Freedom concert.

Published: 23rd February 2014 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 23rd February 2014 10:33 AM   |  A+A-

anusheh.jpgDo you often wonder why any soulful song from Bangladeshi artist Anusheh Anadil becomes the voice of freedom? If yes, you must attend the Sounds of Freedom concert.

Performing in a day of non-stop music featuring popular genres like indie, regional, and folk from various parts of India and the world, several artistes will create a powerful platform to bring about a change.

Bahok Bastar Band, Bob Geldof & The Band, Kailash Kher & Kailasa, Bant Singh, Instrumenti, Rajasthan Josh are among the artistes who will be performing at the Jawahar Lal Nehru Stadium today. Sounds of Freedom (SOF) is a movement that celebrates freedom of expression through music inspiring musicians, and thousands of people to raise consciousness and celebrate the right to freedom of expression. The festival begins at 2 pm.

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